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Halwill, Beaworthy
Guide price £875,000 | 3 bedrooms | 13.0 acres

Property features

• Kitchen/Breakfast/Dining Room
• Sitting Room
• Utility Room/Study
• Snug
• 2 Bathrooms
• 3 Bedrooms
• Outbuildings
• Overall 13 Acres
• Council Tax Band A
• Freehold

Little Foxhole occupies an enviable rural position, set down its own private driveway and surrounded by its own gardens and grounds of 13 acres, offering a high degree of peace and seclusion. Although being rural, the property is within easy access of the towns of Okehampton, Launceston and Holsworthy. There is a superb modern agricultural building (40' x 40) with internal stables, together with a garage/workshop and general purpose/stock shed. There are four pasture paddocks suitable for those looking for equestrian or smallholding interests. The property itself is delightfully presented and offers a blend of characterful yet modern living throughout and has been completely updated and improved within recent years, being LPG centrally heated and double glazed. In brief the accommodation comprises: Oak framed Entrance Porch, Kitchen with "Aga" and granite tops, Dining Area, Lounge, "Snug", Side Porch, Utility/Study and Bathroom. The First Floor Landing serves three bedrooms and a family bathroom.

Attractive oak frame Entrance Porch with glazed door opening in to the: Open Plan Kitchen/Dining Area: An impressive welcoming space divided into two by the attractive staircase. Kitchen/Breakfast Room: superbly fitted with Matching "Shaker" style bespoke drawers and cupboards with brass fittings. Granite worktops and matching island/breakfast bar. Double bowl white sink with cut drainers. Slate flagstone floor. Window to front with slate sill. Inglenook fireplace with original clome oven and housing a 4 oven "Cream Aga". Beamed ceiling with downlighters. Integral fridge and dishwasher. Staircase to the first floor with display shelves and cupboards below. Dining Area: Slate floor. Window to front with slate sill. Beamed ceiling with downlighters. Feature double sided fireplace housing an attractive wood burner serving both the dining area and the adjacent sitting room (plumbing for radiators in situ if required). Twin "studded" oak doors open into the: Sitting Room: A light triple aspect room with attractive aspect over the gardens and land. French doors to the rear patio. Snug: dual aspect windows with slate sills. Side Porch: Slate floor, double aspect windows with slate sills, oak door to front and former door to snug (easily reinstated if necessary). Utility Room/Study, two windows and oak door to rear. Tiled floor, hardwood worktop with inset stainless steel sink and cupboards below. "Worcester" LPG boiler providing hot water and central heating through radiators. Plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble dryer and fridge/freezer. Bathroom: white suite comprising panelled bath with Victorian style shower fitting, Wc and wash basin. Tiled floor, opaque window to rear. heated towel rail.

First Floor Landing: windows to front with window seats from which to enjoy the views. Bedroom 1: Window to front with seat. two built-in double wardrobes. Bedroom 2: Vaulted ceiling, window to side. two built-in double wardrobes. Bedroom 3: double glazed "Fakro" style roof light. Bathroom: White suite comprising tiled bath with shower attachment, Wc, pedestal wash basin, tiled floor extending to half wall height. Double glazed "Fakro"roof light, downlighters.

Little Foxhole has a most attractive approach, over its own private stone lane, flanked by mature trees and Devon banks, giving access to the paddocks and opening near the house to an extensive gravelled parking and turning area. From here there is easy access to the outbuildings, which comprise: Modern Agricultural Building: of steel frame construction with timber cladding and profile fibre roof with skylights. sliding full height doors open to the barn and offer three good quality loose boxes. A secure tack room and fodder store. To the front there is a concrete apron with post and rail fencing. General Purpose/Stock Shed: of cob and block construction, divided into 3 pens with walkway. Garage/Workshop: block built under a profile sheet roof with a full width timber/metal door to the front. The property is south facing and offers extensive lawned gardens which wrap around the property, with an ornamental shingle terrace to the front with paved pathway and continuing around the side to the rear. being a perfect spot for a table and chairs and to enjoy the views. A small copse borders the rear garden and there is a box profile garden store shed. The front and side garden currently flows into a gently sloping paddock area which could be fenced off if required. The land is currently divided into four paddocks (plus the garden paddock) and are serviced by the main lane or secondary lane, all being predominantly gently sloping paddocks which surround the house, offering peace and seclusion. They are well fenced and gated with a small stream along one side. Being suitable for grazing, equestrian or other interests.

Mains water, electricity and private drainage.

From Okehampton proceed out of the town in a westerly direction as if for Tavistock and after approximately 1 mile turn right, signposted Holsworthy and Bude. Stay on this road going straight across two mini roundabouts and following the A3079 for approximately 7.5 miles before turning left at Metherell Cross signposted to Germansweek and Ashwater. After 2.6 miles turn right again at Foxhole Cross. Follow this country road for 0.4 miles and the entrance lane will be found on the left hand side. The name will be on the gate.

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